Jeremie Tronet's magic carpet: Aladdin will start kiteboarding

Jeremie Tronet has created the world's first magic carpet for kitesurfers.

The French pro kiteboarder is always coming up with something new in kiteboarding. Whether he is jumping over Happy Island or inventing new tricks, Tronet is never quiet.

Humans have been dreaming of magic carpets for thousands of years. The legendary flying carpet that transported people was last seen under Aladdin's feet, but the silky mat has been out of the radar for a while.

Wait no more. The proud owner of Union Island's JT Pro Center, in St. Vincent and Grenadines, has idealized, designed, and manufactured kiteboarding's ultimate magic flying carpet.

Jeremie Tronet made it work. Aladdin should be proud. Or jealous. The magic carpet will be an instant hit among kiteboarders.

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